Thanks to early adapters like The Simpsons , Beavis and Butt-Head , and South Park , the market for adult-oriented animated programs has been wide open for quite some time, with current favorites like Family Guy , Rick and Morty , Bob's Burgers , and more broadening the scope of just how hilarious all of those drawn characters can be. Among its many original and licensed offerings, Netflix has also become a solid provider of grown-up-friendly cartoons, so, if you're looking to stream another show drawn to satisfy a more mature audience, here are some options to add to that Netflix queue right now. Big Mouth. There's nothing scarier than going through the disorienting, awkward, and downright disgusting process of puberty, but Big Mouth manages to make the whole thing pretty hilarious. By personifying things like hormones and hair follicles from down there, the show gives new life to all the body changes and sudden urges that making growing up so, um, hard.
To any parent who has ever pacified their child with an umpteenth repeat viewing of Toy Story or Shrek, it will probably come as no surprise that animation is big business. We're not just talking cinema tickets here. There are the DVDs, the tie-in toys and the branded merchandise, from pyjamas to wallpaper. This year four of the top 10 highest-grossing films at the summer box office are animated. Following the success earlier this year of How to Train Your Dragon, and with the current triumph of Shrek Forever After globally and Despicable Me in the US, if the likes of Disney and DreamWorks ever decide to animate their AGMs, you'd see the shareholders' eyes leap out on stalks and turn to dollar signs. The problem is — and whisper it quietly, less anyone who blubbed their way through Toy Story 3 hear — these films are not primarily meant for us.
Children as young as 4 are being shown cartoon pictures of adults watching pornography during sex education classes, a BBC News feature has revealed. Get Spirit-filled content delivered right to your inbox! Click here to subscribe to our newsletter. Smith runs the same presentation for children between the ages of 4 and